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investment of time and money, mitt romney got 14%. they were both in michigan. romney was quick to mention the policy vulnerabilities. >> they have differing viewing on a lot of differences and they will be weighed by the people. >> he was fourth with 11% followed by ron paul at 10. newt gingrich had 9%. minnesota michelle bachmann was dead last in the florida, that comes just a little over -- >> who will have have to think about how to adjust his policies. >>> the house and senate are -- since tried, september 30th, the federal government will run out of money unless congress can pass a sending bill before then. the one sticking point is money for disaster aid. the house is having trouble getting democrats and tea partyers to grow on how to pay the record it. the senate wants almost double that amount in disaster funds. joining me now is alan. yes i know that. i know you. >> gentlemen, thank you so much for being with us tonight. >> good evening. let's start with you: howow did you get here, yet once again? >> you know, you call me a democrat strategist but i am actually an independent.
,000 worth of cigarettes. >>> coming up on the news edge at 11:00 a terrifying car bomb explosion in michigan, hear the 911 tape from inside the car moments after the blast. >>> dozens of cats living in deplorable conditions. this is not a typical hoarder's house. this is a cat rescue shelter, dozens of cats taken from a place claiming to be their safe haven, the filthy conditions that left several cats sick and where the animals are tonight. hi, home. i'm home. genuine glee just $14.99 and $79.99. find what makes you happy at a price that makes you homegoods happy. >>> monitoring metro now, a welcome sight for riders at the foggy bottom metro stop. a second new escalator is now up and running. the first repaired escalator began working in july. metro still needs to repair another broken escalator, no word when that will be done. the transit agency set aside $150 million to replace and repair escalators over the next few years. >>> fox, of course, always monitoring metro. if you see something, say something, report, it send us a photo or video message to. >> we're seeing the -- message. >> we
visiting from michigan says there are always a few folks making it look bad for others. >> i think you can say that about any company and any place in america that there are people who don't do. >> reporter: we tried to speak to some of the employees as they came out, but they were pretty tight lipped. we also asked the census bureau department would they talk about this and they didn't really want to say anything much more than the statement they issued today. >>> the historic lincoln theater on u street could be closing its doors for good next week. d.c. mayor vincent gray says the city cannot afford to give the theater the $500,000 it was expecting. the lincoln theater held an emergency board meeting tonight hoping to find a way to stay open. >> i think it would be a travesty for this jewel to have to close its doors. it means a lot to this community and the district. it is the jewel on u. it is the district's theater. it is an economic driver for the community and without it vendors along u street as well as the community would be hurt. >> the board plans to meet with city officials an
' generation. >> reporter: in detroit, michigan, where unemployment is 14% union members held up signs saying america wants to work while they waited to hear from president obama. >> thank you, everybody. >> reporter: the president's message that our economy works best when the middle class is thriving. mr. obama will propose more government action to boost hiring. >> the time for action is now. no more manufactured crisis, no more games. now is not the time for the people you sent to washington to worry about their jobs. now is the time for them to worry about your jobs. >> reporter: the challenge is immense. there are 14 million unemployed americans and another 8.8 million who aren't working as many hours as they'd like. companies concerned about the cost of benefits and the economy would likely add more hours before they added more workers. back in greenbelt, maryland, they're still finding reason to celebrate. >> say thank you. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: women like janice clayton now have opportunities to start their own businesses. >> i run a nonprofit organization that i started my
and emotionally. our walk has women from atlanta, michigan. some are survivors like myself. some are walking in honor or memory of a loved one and it's an opportunity for women and men to come together, make a difference, join in the five against breast cancer and some women meet lifelong friends that will be forever in their lives and they meet them right here on the three-day. >> i know there are people who missed out who didn't realize this was going on this weekend. what can people do who actually missed out today? how can they help? >> well, with this actual event we have public cheering stations as well as our closing ceremonies that will be held on the washington monument grounds sunday at 4:30 p.m. if they go to our website at the threeday.org the locations for the designated areas are delineated. they can come out and cheer on these walkers because they really need your support. it's a way that it kind of increases our comradery, if you will, within the city when we have such a strong support and for those that want to get involved for next year we will be back in washington d.c. oc
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